Body Type 2: More Typographical Tattoos by Ina Saltz

By Ina Saltz

From Rimbaud to the Rolling Stones, from declarations of affection and trust platforms to self-empowerment and homage, the choice of a typographical tattoo provides perception into the human condition. 
 
The sequel to the bestselling Body style: Intimate Messages Etched in Flesh, this moment quantity collects over 200 new tattoos and explores the information and feelings in the back of this indelible commitment.  This beautiful images assortment positive aspects statement at the letterforms in addition to own memories by means of the tattooed at the motivations for their decided words.   Inspiring, occasionally surprising, and constantly voyeuristic, Body Type 2 is not just for tattoo aficionados, but in addition for all enthusiasts of the written word.
 

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By Ina Saltz

From Rimbaud to the Rolling Stones, from declarations of affection and trust platforms to self-empowerment and homage, the choice of a typographical tattoo provides perception into the human condition. 
 
The sequel to the bestselling Body style: Intimate Messages Etched in Flesh, this moment quantity collects over 200 new tattoos and explores the information and feelings in the back of this indelible commitment.  This beautiful images assortment positive aspects statement at the letterforms in addition to own memories by means of the tattooed at the motivations for their decided words.   Inspiring, occasionally surprising, and constantly voyeuristic, Body Type 2 is not just for tattoo aficionados, but in addition for all enthusiasts of the written word.
 

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Gift as no-gift. It "gives a send-off"; it gives the signal to depart. J think it's more than giving th e departure signal, it's really giving, making a gift of, departure , allowing breaks, "parts, partings. separations . 21 We hardly know how to give. To un-give in siving , that is, to give without obligation or debt involved and , without expecting any form of return . Here, nothing is owed , for there is no donor who is not an acceptor. Who is giving whom? tactly given? Maybe something does beeome no-thing or something else when creation consists of voiding what one has secured, dicing with emptiness, and making with nothing .

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It is demonstrated that the reason anthropological films go further than ethnographic films is because they do not, for example, just show activities being performed, but they also explain the "anthropological significance" of these activities (significance that, despite the disciplinary qualifier "anthropological," is de facto identified with the meaning the natives give them themselves). Now, obviously, in the process of fixing meaning, not every explanation is valid. This is where the role of the expert anthropologist comes in and where methodologies need to be devised, legitimated, and enforced.

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